Chambers House Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the rest of the day we would leap frog each other on the trail. While we would take a break they would jump ahead and visa versa until they stopped before us near mile 11. Their packs were extremely heavy compared to ours due to their climbing equipment. Around mile 12… dragging feet… we finally made it to Island Lake. We were whooped. Most people don’t hike that far in one day, but we were determined to get there. The Titcomb basin was another 2-3 ...
... bears). As we started backing out, Mom looked out her window and saw a familiar face. It was Dad's cousin, Kent and his daughter's boyfriend who was along on the trip! It was nice to run into them again!
Next we stopped at the Chapel of the Transfiguration. It was a beautiful place and is still being used today for worship and prayer. The window at the altar perfectly framed the Grand Teton Mountain Range.
On the way out of ...
... of vehicles increased, another bridge of similar construction, but almost three times as wide was built at a cost of $14,700,000 and the original is now just for pedestrians.
We, however, were heading in the opposite direction to these brave pioneers, into Utah to see some of their National Parks. I don't think, at that stage we realised that the Colorado Plateau has ...
... you realize nothing has changed since the pioneers trekked this area. It's easy to imagine the grueling walk of mile after mile through this desert of sage brush.
Independence Rock This huge monolith of a rock in the middle of no where with an interesting history. Check out the free desktop screen savers.
Devil's Gate "is a narrow cleft carved by the Sweetwater ...
... anymore, but wanted to see the river and surrounding area. Once you enter the Bridger National Forest everything is public land. The river is fairly good sized and although it was running full, the water was still clear and fishable. By the time we got to Dollar Lake we decided we had gone far enough for the day, plus the wind was coming up and it was raining on and off again. We were about 50 miles from camp so we turned around and headed for home. It wasn’t ...